Brenda Goldhammer, is the Program Director for the National Clinician Consultation Center (NCCC), a consultation and educational resource that helps clinicians across the U.S. of all experience levels provide evidence-informed, high-quality care. The NCCC is dedicated to promoting health equities in the United States by helping every health care professional feel supported and confident in their decision-making through evidenced-informed, person-centered clinical consultation and education.
Brenda has worked for nearly 30 years in HIV-related areas. She began her career providing direct services to people with HIV in San Francisco in the mid-1990s as a Case Manager. This early work greatly influenced and solidified her commitment to health equity and social justice. Before joining the NCCC, Brenda launched her career at UCSF with the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies as an HIV/AIDS Intervention Specialist. As Program Director for the NCCC, she provides operational and strategic leadership including overseeing the program’s technological and infrastructure improvements. She also manages the projects collaborative partnerships and public relations.